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creators from this looming tax hike. everyone afrees that that action is necessary and i can report that we have reached an agreement on all of the tax, the tax issues. we are very, very close. adam: close but you no cigar. the u.s. falls off the fiscal cliff at midnight despite something in the work. you heard what senate minority leader mitch mcconnell said earlier today. we have members from both the house and senate on what happens next. i'm adam shapiro, in for melissa francis. on "money" the capital-gains tax in the cross-hairs. the capital-gains tax will spike in the new year. how can investors protect themselves from the coming blow? respect your elders or else. a parents dream, a child's burden. adult children forced to financially support mom and dad and pay regular visits in one major country. we'll tell you where and why they're doing it. even when they say it's not, it is always about money adam: had enough of the fiscal cliff yet? before we go there, let's take a look at the day's market headlines a whipsaw for the session for the markets on their last trading day of the year.
can get in on the action. >>> plus iran launches six days of war games in the strait of hormuz. is the regime preparing to stir up trouble in the one of the world's critical oil routes? more "money" coming up adam: if you're just joining us it has been a wild day in those negotiations over the fiscal cliff. president obama's meeting with congressional leaders ended about an hour ago. the president will make a statement on the fiscal cliff at 5:45 eastern time. we'll take that same live at fbn we have a picture of the white house for you and we will keep you posted when the president comes to the camera. >>> the oil boom doing more than increasing chances we'll become energy independent. it is also bringing about booming investment in the transportation industry. a new report says estimated $45 billion, you heard me correctly, $45 billion bucks will be spent new, expanded pipelines, railcars, rail terminals and that is just next year. how do you get in on this, right? it is a windfall. but is it realistic? we'll turn to andy lipow. andy i would have assumed it was shipped by pip
regime is prepared to deploy phem against rebels. the u.s. says it is ready to take action if it does. will this unravel mideast already on the brink? details coming up next. >>> us would you sell away your name for anntire year? one florida man is doing exactly that. he is sparking a bidding war between companies that want it. he will explain. "piles of money" comingup. ♪ . we got married. had three kids. and she became the full time mother of three. it was soccer, andallet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. , as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that there isn't anything on e schedule. >> i'm not going to telegraph in any specifics what we would do in the event of a credible evidence that assad regime has resorted to using chemical weapons against their own people but suffice it to say we are certainly planning to take action if that entualty were occur. melissa: secretary of state hillary clinton responding to reports syria's regime is moving its stockpiles of chemical weapons and there is new word that syria is combining chem
from syria. inside syr, assad niece if we use them and we see them there will be international action against him. he will be put out. but if he is attacked in damascus, the palace is surround and wanted to break out and leave and may use it against the rebels for that purpose. second more important possibility, if he flees damascus he will not quit syria immediately. he will go to the northwestern part of syria where he has an enclave, his own community. if that enclave is attacked most likely he may be using wmds or chemical or biological weapons. am: very quickly, is anyone from the international community saying go to venezuela, go here, just get out? >> a lot of them. only country would be trust would be protected by iranian regime. he doesn't feel he has yet to go. none of the two major cities, aleppo or damascus has fallen yet. so he will continue that fight. adam: walid, thanks for joining us. in addition to the fiscal issues we have to watch the situation. doesn't feel like a economic story could economic impacts on whole variety of issues including the not only human element
. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. melissa: i'm melissa francis. here's what's "money" tonight. the aarp lashing out against proposed medicare reform but it may be trying to save its own skin. generation for america president chuck woolery, yes, that chuck woolery of game show lore, is here to explain why. >>> a group of democratic heavyweights one up the president's fiscal cliff plan. forget hitting the rich. alcohol, cigarettes, online gambling, nothing is safe. will the payoff be worth of the pain? we'll debate it. >>> are the salvation army bell ringer jobs only for sexy ladies. one man claims he was fired to make way for beautiful women. is it unfair or good business? even when they say it's not it is always about "money." melissa: all right. first let's take a look at the day's market headlines. you would think the markets would stop getting faked out by the fiscal cliff optimism, would you? but apparently not. that and better than expected data from the service sector sent the dow to a one-month high. >> it was a different story for the nasdaq weighed down by tu
of the problem but if you believe nobody judges your actions of this life it removes thencentive for good behavior to see your fellow man as nothing more than an accident of space and time. john: what about the crusers? >> many evil things have been done in the name of religion and science but we don't say science is evo. not all religion is evil but those dead in the name of christ were not consistent with christ teachings. so the religion was hijacked just as the eugenics movement hijacked science. john: your book argues good things spread? >> when there is a significant presence of christians in a culture culture, specifically christianity, there is a reciprocally effect. more care for the poor, elderly, sick, or friend -- or fined. john: it is a remarkable amount. >> is. of the average person that calls themselves a question which is a high number gives three times as much money and time to charity the average evangelical gives 10 times as much with it entire culture you understand why and country is there's absence of a vibrant church also a lack of concern for the board did jesus c
action against the company and hastings. the wells notice cites violation of regulation and fair disclosure. now the company is saying, this is coming from the ceo, that they expect, and this is the quote, things to be cleared up quickly. melissa? melissa: great, thank you for that report. we'll get back to our roundtable on the other side of this break. and the next big government bailout, this time the federal housing administration heading toward collapse. it could cost taxpayers and homeowners billions. we'll get to that too. so much more "money" coming up! stay with us having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and a santa to boot! [ chuckles ] right, baby. oh, sir. that is a customer. oh...sorry about that. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long laing gaviscon®. [ e
a further reason to take greater military action in order to get rid of this guy and get rid of his people. but you have to peel off a lot of the, the a la whites, a lot of people that have been running the country who are a minority but worried about their own skins. you have to peel them away from the ruling class by indicating to them, showing to become victims in a post-civil war retribution. we haven't seen thought about that. melissa: we haven't even thought about that. ambassador hunter, thanks so much for coming on. >> thank you. >> up next there's a feast of pork baked into the president's $60.4 billion sandy relief bill. we have all the outrage just details coming up. >>> air travelers, listen up. are you tired of paying all the high fees at the gate? well a brand new plan from american airlines might revolutionize the way you buy tickets. it is very interesting. "piles of money", more bags, coming up. ♪ . ♪ . melissa: another week, another case of government gone wild. today the senate is hotly debating $60 billion relief bill for hurricane sandy. sounds good, right? but out
at the problem make it go away or is the time coming to take some real action? >>> speaking of billions of dollars, that's about how much it is going to cost our economy every day in the a union makes good on its n threat after port strike. will uncle sam have to step up and break the picket line "pil of money" coming up. melissa: turning to the middle east and syria, the united nations wants $1.5 billion to provide life-saving aid up to a million syrian refugees the magnitude of this humanitarian crisis is indisputable but how and to whom should this money be distributed? with me now is walid phares, fox news's middle east expert. welcome back to the show. >> thank you. melissa: we look at the video of everything that is going on there and especially you see the horrifying pictures of kids crying and running and you know so many ople need help and need food. >> yes. melissa: and you want to do something but it's very difficult to figure how, you know, especially when you have a regime that is intentionally blowing up bakeries and delivery trucks. what do you think? how do we get this d
: it soundsretty serious. one of the points you make from one perspeiveshows democracy is in action. before the protests began a lot of peoplemade prediction we would see many protesrs out there in support of morsi. to them and what else to go out and protest. seems like there are a lot more angry protesters out there than ose in favor of presiden morsi. looks like he is losing at least some control. what happens, who is next in line if something happens? >> wl, i don't think there is anybody next in le. part of the problem that we're seeing morsi over stretched his authority last week, immediately in the aftermath of negotiating a peace between hamas and rael, he, issued a decree giving himself almost absolute power saying his executive decrease were not, were not to be second-gueesed by the court. and that is really wh brought people t into the stres. thatand forcing a constitution through in 24 hours written solely by islamists. so we ha a problem in egypt. meliss absolutely. our interpretation of the arab spng no matter which country we'r looking at, uld you, the sds o democracy e being
to syria. will throw money at the problem make it go away or is the time coming to take some real action? >>> speaking of billions of dollars, that's about how much it is going to cost our economy every day in the a union makes good on its new threat after port strike. will uncle sam have to step up and break the picket lines? "piles of money" coming up. as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte will ya, please? melissa: turning to the middle east and syria, the united nations wants $1.5 billion to provide life-saving aid up to a million syrian refugees the magnitude of this humanitarian crisis is indisputable but how and to whom should this money be distributed? with me now is walid phare
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$250,000 to settle a class-action suit in which a former intern sued for suffering minimum wage violations. now, i don't know. i see there is legitimate -pvalue in opportunity to unpaid internships but christian dorsey said they cheat workers. he is here to, you guessed it, disagree with me. in the interest of full disclosure, before we get started fox entertainment, parent of news corp, fox business, undergoing a similar lawsuit. christian, unpaid internship is a right of passage, no good? >> well, you know, it's been against the law for about 70 years, melissa. it is no good because it is illegal and clearly some it amounts really in many cases to worker exploitation, unless the internship is providing educational value primarily to the intern as opposed to economic benefit for the employer. melissa: when you look around at interns here in the fox building, they're getting credit at school for doing this they're mostly learning about what's going on in this building. it is very hard to get into television if you're not an intern. it is totally competitive. you know if there we
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